Stellantis and Terrafame agree on low-carbon nickel sulphate supply for electric vehicle batteries

January 23, 2023 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Stellantis N.V. and Terrafame Ltd. announced the signing of a supply agreement for nickel sulphate to be used in electric vehicle (EV) batteries. Beginning in 2025, Finland-based Terrafame will supply Stellantis with nickel sulphate over the five-year term of the agreement. The Terrafame agreement is a part of Stellantis’ aggressive electrification strategy and will cover a significant portion of the needs for sustainable regionally sourced nickel.

“This agreement is part of the key raw material sourcing to fit with our electrified vehicle battery pack needs,” said Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares. “We continue to build a new global value chain with Class A partners to support our global strategy and propel our commitment to be the industry champion in climate change mitigation, becoming carbon net zero by 2038, ahead of our competition.”


Read the full article at: www.telematicswire.net

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